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Warmer Temps = More Kidney Stones

Warmer Temps = More Kidney StonesIn early July, when a former government employee accused Dick Cheney's office of deleting from congressional testimony key statements about the impact of climate change on public health, White House staff countered that the science just wasn't strong enough to include.

Not two weeks later, however, things already look different. University of Texas researchers have laid out some of the most compelling science to date linking climate change with adverse public-health effects: scientists predict a steady rise in the U.S. incidence of kidney stones — a medical condition largely brought on by dehydration — as the planet continues to warm.

Kidney stones are already more common in the warmer Southern states than in the North. Urologists even talk about a "kidney stone belt," a high-risk zone through the South where populations are more likely to develop stones — crystallized chemicals (usually calcium, phosphates and oxalates from an ordinary diet) that form in the urinary tract, and often cause sharp, intense pain when they pass. The Texas researchers used regional data from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change to predict how this belt might grow, publishing their report this month in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. By 2050, the research suggests, 56% of Americans will live in regions encompassed by the kidney stone belt, compared with 40% in 2000. And by 2095, the belt should expand to 70% of the population.

Scientists have hypothesized other health consequences of climate change before, some better supported by evidence than others: heat waves that kill, new breeding grounds for mosquitoes that spread deadly malaria or dengue fever, and stagnant warm air pockets that trap disease-causing smog. But in this study, says lead researcher Tom Brikowski, he and his colleagues are pretty sure they've traced a direct relationship between human health and temperature — no mosquitoes or air pollution are needed to make the link. Even in the belt region where kidney stones are common and populations have adjusted their lifestyles to the heat, cases still peak seasonally after periods of hot weather. A previous study found that soldiers sent to warm regions see a peak in stone risk 90 days after deployment.

What's not clear, however, is the exact relationship between temperature and kidney stone rates. If each additional degree of heat causes an incremental increase in stones, Brikowski and colleagues predict we'll see new kidney stone cases concentrated in regions with the most rapid temperature changes: California, Texas, Florida and the Eastern seaboard. But if there's a threshold temperature at which risk shoots up — some evidence suggests such a threshold exists at about 13.4 degrees C (56 degrees F) — they expect the hardest-hit regions to be those where mean temperature crosses the threshold: Northern California and the belt running from Kansas to Kentucky.

Of course, if you're in the risk zone, there are easier ways to prevent stones than by slashing greenhouse-gas emissions (though that might not be a bad idea for the heat waves and the smog). Drink plenty of fluids, and your body will be better able to dilute the relevant minerals.

Until this month, Brikowski says he'd barely thought about bigger political implications of his work. "But I did warn my family that if I get a letter from the Vice President to go hunting, they could ignore it," he says.

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Community Honors Pioneering Heart Surgeon DeBakey

Community Honors Pioneering Heart Surgeon DeBakey
HOUSTON -- Doctor Michael Debakey is being honored here in Houston in a way no one has ever been.

DeBakey, 99, died at The Methodist Hospital Friday night from "natural causes" shortly after arriving at the hospital, according to a statement issued early Saturday by Baylor College of Medicine and Methodist Hospital. The body of Doctor Debakey will lie in repose inside the Houston City Hall rotunda from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.

In the nearly 70 years, that City Hall has been standing this is the first time for anyone to be given such respect.

The open casket visitation is expected to draw thousands. Houston's famous heart surgeon is dressed in surgical scrubs, his white doctor's coat and he's wearing his watch, eyeglasses and a surgical cap.

Houstonians who are stopping by to pay their respects include the doctor's patients, colleagues, loved ones and perfect strangers.

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General Motors Take Short Cuts

General Motors Take Short CutsStruggling auto giant General Motors announced a number of sweeping measures today designed to raise cash and trim expenses through 2009, including cutting an unspecified number of white-collar jobs, eliminating health-care benefits for retirees 65 and older, the possible sale of some model lines and the immediate suspension of dividend payments for investors.

The steps include borrowing as much as $3 billion to ensure the company has enough cash. They were announced today by GM chief executive G. Richard Wagoner Jr., who called them "difficult decisions, but necessary to respond to the current auto market condition."

The broad economic downturn is affecting all auto manufacturers, not just those in Detroit. Earlier this month, Japanese giant Toyota said it will halt production of its full-size Tundra pickup truck through the rest of the year and will begin making its hybrid Prius in the United States to be closer to surging demand.

GM stock fell about 0.7 percent in initial trading but bounced up into positive territory by early afternoon.

Last month, GM said it would take a number of steps to reduce costs, including putting its gas-guzzling Hummer line up for sale and closing four truck and SUV plants.

"But in the past six weeks," Wagoner said this morning, "the markets have continued to decline and the slowdown in sales had required us to take additional actions." He said GM is going through "an almost unprecedentedly difficult time," with overall sales dropping about 16 percent in the first half of the year, and truck sales down even more sharply.

GM Chief Financial Officer Ray G. Young said the company expects to report a "significant" second quarter loss this year.

GM has received "quite a lot of interest" from potential buyers of its Hummer brand, Young said. He also tried to dampen speculation that the company might unload any of other vehicle lines.

"What we want to do with the rest of our brands is focus on profitability," he said. "We can't afford to have brands that drive volume but don't drive profitability at the same time."

Wagoner said the steps taken today are designed to save $15 billion through the end of 2009.

They include:

-- Reducing the number of trucks manufactured, cutting marketing and sales budgets and freezing engineering budgets.

-- Continuing workforce reduction, killing raises for this year and next and suspending executive bonuses this year. Wagoner would not specify how many workers could lose their jobs through attrition, voluntary buyouts or layoffs, but said, "We suspect the vast majority of reductions will be from initiatives that do not require involuntary actions." GM also did not specify which manufacturing plants would be affected.

-- Selling unspecified vehicle lines, likely starting with Hummer.

-- Cutting heath-care benefits to retirees 65 and older, when they are eligible for Medicare, and increasing pension payments to partially cover the increased expenses.

The increased pension payments will only partly make up the cost for retirees, said Frederick A. "Fritz" Henderson, GM's chief operating officer and president. Post-retirement health care is "the largest liability we have in our capital structure," he said, adding that the company needs to retool those benefits for the company's long-term health.

-- Delaying development of its next-generation truck and sport-utility vehicle lines.

Wagoner said the cutbacks are designed "not just to change the bottom line from red to black but to change GM for the long-haul."

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On Capitol Hill, Democrats Push Back On Offshore Drilling

On Capitol Hill, Democrats Push Back On Offshore Drilling
With Bush urging new oil exploration in coastal waters, top lawmakers respond with calls to tap the Strategic Petroleum Reserve.


President Bush and Congress traded accusations Tuesday over who’s more to blame for America’s latest oil crisis and offered different assessments of the need to lift a long-standing moratorium on new offshore oil drilling.

Despite the apparent rancor over the issue – some of it no doubt attributable to partisan branding efforts ahead of the fall elections – there are signs that some lawmakers are trying to reach across party lines to find common ground on what to do about soaring prices.

For the second time in as many days, the president Tuesday called on Congress to “clear the way for offshore exploration on the outer continental shelf,” which has been restricted since Mr. Bush’s father sat in the Oval Office. On Monday, the White House lifted an executive prohibition on offshore exploration, but leasing of offshore tracts cannot go forward unless Congress decides to lift its drilling ban, too.

“This means that the only thing standing between the American people and these vast oil resources is action from the US Congress,” Bush said during a news conference.

In response, Democratic leaders in the House and Senate renewed calls for the president to start releasing oil from the nation’s Strategic Petroleum Reserve and to back pending legislation to curb speculation in the oil futures market.

“For eight years, he’s done nothing,” said Senate majority leader Harry Reid after a caucus luncheon on Tuesday. “We had to pass a law to stop him from pumping more oil into the SPR, which is 98 percent full.” Rather than open offshore areas for drilling, Bush should “tell oil companies to drill in the 6.8 million acres they already have [leased],” he said.

Moreover, any oil produced offshore should be reserved for Americans, he added. “It becomes American oil.”

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi called on Bush to immediately release “a small amount of oil” from the SPR to reduce prices for American consumers. “Whether the president knows it or not, there is an emergency in our country,” she said at a news conference with energy experts Tuesday.

The real need isn’t for more drilling, which won’t produce relief at the pump for years, Speaker Pelosi said. Instead, she announced that House Democrats will propose a second stimulus package to help offset rising prices in gasoline, food, fuel, healthcare, and education.

But congressional Democrats probably have an uphill battle in their bid to reshape the debate, if opinion polls are any indication. Almost three-quarters of American adults strongly or mildly favored increased drilling for oil and natural gas in offshore water, according to a CNN/Opinion Research poll conducted June 26-29.

Republicans in the House and Senate want an immediate vote to put lawmakers on record about whether to relax restrictions on energy exploration offshore and on US public lands.

“If the speaker is serious about taking action to stimulate the economy, she should start by allowing a vote on increased American energy production,” Rep. John Boehner, House Republican leader, said in a statement on Tuesday.

A new bipartisan working group – the Gang of 10 – aims to build on the success of a previous group, the so-called Gang of 14, which broke a previous Senate gridlock over judicial nominations.

The group, organized by Sens. Kent Conrad (D) of North Dakota and Saxby Chambliss (R) of Georgia, is looking for consensus on which restricted areas could win a majority of Senate votes for lifting a ban on exploration, focusing especially on easing restrictions in the Gulf of Mexico.

Senate Republicans, meanwhile, count 10 Democrats willing to consider opening up restricted areas to more exploration.

“As of today, 10 Democrats have expressed some level of willingness to explore offshore. They’re acknowledging a groundswell of public opinion – even among self-described liberals – in favor of more domestic supply,” said Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell in a statement on the Senate floor on Tuesday.

The Senate Energy Committee is inviting all 100 senators to a Thursday workshop on transportation and heating-fuel costs.

“I intend for the workshop to focus our attention not only on the challenges inherent in high oil prices, but also on developing a common path forward that we can come together to support,” said Sen. Jeff Bingaman (D) of New Mexico, who chairs the panel.

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Whedon Launches "Dr. Horrible" Show

Whedon Launches "Dr. Horrible" Show Writer and producer Joss Whedon has a somewhat mixed track record when it comes to TV shows. On the one hand, he was the creative genius behind Buffy the Vampire Slayer, one of the most popular shows of the past decade or so (as well as the spinoff Angel); but at the same time, he was also the creator of Firefly, which -- while popular with hardcore fans -- never really took off and was eventually cancelled despite an online protest (although it did spawn the movie Serenity). Now, Whedon is experimenting with an online comedy-sci/fi-musical called Dr. Horrible, which stars former Doogie Howser lead Neal Patrick Harris as a shy superhero, and Firefly star (and Canadian) Nathan Filion as the doctor's nemesis, Captain Hammer.

The first episode of the series was posted on the Web Tuesday morning, and promptly crashed the site. American viewers could see it through, the streaming video site run by NBC, but anyone outside the U.S. had to either wait for the site to come back up or download the show through iTunes for $3.99 (the show's official Twitter account said the site was having technical difficulties and was working on resolving them, and added "We love you for crashing the site"). A Joss Whedon fan site had several hundred messages about the outage on Tuesday morning.

As described on the Doctor Horrible companion website, the first three episodes will be streamed on the Web on July 15th, July 17th and July 19th -- but will only be viewable until July 20th, at which point fans will have to buy them through iTunes. A special DVD with all of the episodes and extras will also be available at some point, the site says. Whedon created the Web project -- whose full name is Dr. Horrible's SingAlong Blog -- during the Hollywood writers strike, along with his brother Zach and Jed Whedon, and said he financed the six-figure cost from his own pocket, as a way of showing that there are other creative outlets apart from traditional television.

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Roku NetfliXbox And The Future Of TV

Roku NetfliXbox And The Future Of TV

After playing around with the Roku Netflix streaming box review unit this weekend, I was ready to plunk down 99 of my hard-earned dollars to get one, even though Microsoft has announced that my Xbox 360 will soon do the same thing. And while everyone keeps focusing on the negatives of the Netflix streaming service on either box, it seems that they actually work the way TV should.

This fall, Xbox users (with a gold Xbox Live membership) will be able to access the 10,000 titles Netflix makes available to “Watch Instantly” on their TV sets. Just like the Roku, Xbox will stream the content, though unlike the Roku, Xboxes have a hard drive that could be possibly be used for downloading content at some point.

Yes, the gripes about Netflix’s service are all true. That “10,000 titles” stat is awfully misleading as most of those films are crap. The service is not in HD (though it still looked great), and on my HD TV, the colors all looked washed out.

So what, I freaking love that little Roku. And even better — my wife loved it (the first test for any set-top box).

It took two minutes to set up, it was easy to navigate and there were no hiccups during a marathon Friday Night Lights viewing session that ate up most of the weekend. And truth be told, I think that Roku is probably a better option than the NetfliXbox. It’s smaller, quieter (the Xbox cooling fan is annoyingly loud), and so, so easy to use.

But what the Roku really does is open your eyes to what the future of television should be. Pay a monthly subscription, watch what you want, when you want.

Sure, right now Netflix’s vision of the future of video entertainment is mostly bargain basement B-movies. The company has to know this is a problem and is hopefully working on a solution. So take off your hater pants and put on your happy, optimistic ones. It’s 10,000 titles now, but what about when that number grows to 100,000 or a million? It’s all there to watch as much as you like. Watch episodes of 30 Rock on your big TV set, where it looks good, and you don’t have to pay $1.99 for each episode or take up any hard drive space.

Mark Cuban suggested today that the video cloud should move from the last mile onto the existing TV distribution node. There the content could be transcoded to the right format to fit your TV, as well as be beamed via existing channels.

This, he argues, would save on bandwidth and could even eliminate the need for a personal DVR. It’s a good idea, and the Roku is a good first step in this direction. Netflix stores all the content, you just access it when you want. But the streaming issues need to be solved because while it worked well for me, others have reported bigger bandwidth issues. Plus I’m not interested in Comcast jacking up my ISP fees for using the Internet to get movies instead of its VOD service.

I don’t necessarily agree with Cuban’s assertion that coordination between video sites and distributors would be easy. If cable and satellite companies’ previous behavior is any indication, their ability to play nice and create an easy system for enjoying web video is unlikely to turn out the way we might be hoping.

Regardless, through the Roku I’ve gotten a first taste of my video future and can’t wait to see what’s to come.

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Animal Crossing: City Folk

Animal Crossing: City Folk

As just reported, Animal Crossing: City Folk has been announced for the Nintendo Wii at this year’s E3 Media and Business Summit. Communication, as always, is the focus, and Nintendo made sure of this with WiiSpeak, a device that will allow players to chat to each other in groups within the game.

As just reported, Animal Crossing: City Folk has been announced for the Nintendo Wii at this year’s E3 Media and Business Summit. Communication, as always, is the focus, and Nintendo made sure of this with WiiSpeak, a device that will allow players to chat to each other in groups within the game.

Like previous iterations, Animal Crossing: City Folk is a life simulator, a living world within your console, where the Animal Crossing folk go about their daily lives even when the Wii is switched off. The idea is that you have the freedom to do whatever you like, without any real end goal. Build a snowman? Go Fishing? Flash the cash on a shopping spree? It’s up to you.

Animal Crossing: City Folk’s world reflects that of a real world, with real passing days, weeks, months and seasons. So you’ll be able to go trick or treating at Halloween, celebrate Christmas, and experience many other noteworthy celebrations.

The biggest innovation for the series, however, is the introduction of WiiSpeak. With the new WiiSpeak microphone, it’s like you’re all in the same room. The microphone sits atop the sensor bar and picks up the conversation of everyone in the room to encourage a more inclusive experience. This is compounded by the fact that you’ll be able to send messages and images via the Nintendo Wii Message Board.

Animal Crossing: City Folk will arrive this Winter.

Like previous iterations, Animal Crossing: City Folk is a life simulator, a living world within your console, where the Animal Crossing folk go about their daily lives even when the Wii is switched off. The idea is that you have the freedom to do whatever you like, without any real end goal. Build a snowman? Go Fishing? Flash the cash on a shopping spree? It’s up to you.

Animal Crossing: City Folk’s world reflects that of a real world, with real passing days, weeks, months and seasons. So you’ll be able to go trick or treating at Halloween, celebrate Christmas, and experience many other noteworthy celebrations.

The biggest innovation for the series, however, is the introduction of WiiSpeak. With the new WiiSpeak microphone, it’s like you’re all in the same room. The microphone sits atop the sensor bar and picks up the conversation of everyone in the room to encourage a more inclusive experience. This is compounded by the fact that you’ll be able to send messages and images via the Nintendo Wii Message Board.

Animal Crossing: City Folk will arrive this Winter.

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'Modern-Day Bonnie And Clyde' Edward Anderton And Jocelyn Kirsch

'Modern-day Bonnie and Clyde' Edward Anderton and Jocelyn Kirsch admit crimes

A 22-year-old woman, who with her boyfriend were dubbed a modern day Bonnie and Clyde, faces six years in prison after admitting that they financed a jet-setting lifestyle by stealing the identities of friends and neighbours.

Barely recognisable from the glamorous photos that she and Edward Anderton posted on the internet as they holidayed around the world, Jocelyn Kirsch pleaded guilty in a Philadelphia courtroom on Monday to aggravated identity theft and other federal crimes.

Kirsch, wearing a rumpled green prison suit and speaking barely above a whisper, declined the judge's offer to comment after her plea.

But she did disclose to the court that she has been receiving counselling and medication for mental health issues.

The counts carry a two-year minimum sentence but prosecutors expect her to get about six years under federal guidelines.

Kirsch and Anderton, 25, admit they stole the identities of friends and neighbours in the Philadelphia area in 2006 and 2007.

They earned more than $116,000 (£58,000) in goods and services, and tried to obtain twice that amount.

"She and Edward Anderton stole the identities from numerous people from all walks of their lives, from co-workers to neighbours, anyone that they encountered," Assistant US Attorney Louis Lappen said after the hearing.

Police found evidence of their trips in dozens of digital photos on their laptop computers. They also discovered an ID-card making machine, computer spyware and lock-picking tools when they raided the couple's apartment in the city.

The couple had keys to many of their neighbours' homes and sneaked in to steal their financial details and even a passport while they were away.

A federal prosecutor called the high-flying pair "the poster children for identity fraud".

Kirsch claims that she or members of her family legitimately paid for some or most of the international trips, her lawyer said.

A former university student, she is the daughter of a plastic surgeon and lived until last month with her mother in Northern California.

Prosecutors say she continued to engage in identity theft while awaiting court appearances in Pennsylvania.

Anderton, a University of Pennsylvania graduate, pleaded guilty last month to the same six counts, which include bank fraud and money laundering. He will be sentenced in September and Kirsch will be sentenced in October.

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Naked Short Selling

Naked Short SellingCox Confuses Traders On Naked Short Selling Of Fannie, Freddie

SEC chief Chris Cox made a statement that is puzzling traders today. In verbal comments to the Senate, Mr. Cox said that he will institute an emergency order that will prohibit naked short selling in Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.

Naked short selling is shorting a stock without actually borrowing it.

There are two reasons this statement is puzzling:

1) the rules are already in place regarding naked short selling; and

2) there is no evidence that naked short selling is widely practiced regarding Fannie and Freddie.

First, the government appears to be trying to enforce rules that are already in place. In general, it is a violation of federal securities law to short a stock without first borrowing it. There are some exceptions to this, for example in the case of broker dealers, but in general you cannot short a stock without first borrowing it.

While this may have been lightly enforced, it is strongly enforced by prime brokers.

With that said, how big a problem is it with naked shorts in Fannie

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[FNM 7.07 -2.66 (-27.34%) ]and Freddie[FRE 5.29 -1.82 (-25.6%) ]? These are among the most liquid stocks in the country; it is not difficult to borrow the stock to short it, fully covered.

I seriously doubt that naked short selling of Fannie and Freddie is an issue at all.

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Festival Victim 'Stabbed 11 Times'

Festival Victim 'Stabbed 11 Times'A young man stabbed at Scotland's biggest music festival was an "innocent victim" who was attacked as he tried to protect a female friend, police said.

Tayside Police said the 22-year-old was stabbed 11 times, suffering eight wounds to the body and three to the head.

He is in intensive care after the attack at T in the Park in Balado, Kinross-shire, in the early hours of Sunday, but police said he was making good progress.

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China Concerned By Sudan Arrest Plan

China Concerned By Sudan Arrest PlanBEIJING (AP) — China said Tuesday it was concerned about an International Criminal Court prosecutor's decision to seek an arrest warrant for Sudan's president on charges of genocide in the African country's war-torn Darfur region.

Monday's indictment marked the first time prosecutors at the world's first permanent war crimes tribunal have issued charges against a sitting head of state, though President Omar al-Bashir is unlikely to face trial any time soon.

"To the relevant moves of the ICC ... we express our concern. We hope the relevant moves are conducive to the stability of Sudan," Foreign Ministry spokesman Liu Jianchao said at a regular news conference.

Liu said China would continue to consult with other members of the U.N. Security Council about whether to block the International Criminal Court from issuing the arrest warrant, but said he "cannot speculate" what the results of the talks will be.

Sudan has denounced the indictment as a political stunt, and says it will ignore any arrest order. One Sudanese lawmaker said his government could no longer guarantee the safety of U.N. staff in the troubled region.

But Liu said Khartoum has all along said peacekeepers in Darfur will be safe.

"We appreciate their attitude," he said.

The international court's prosecutor, Luis Moreno-Ocampo filed 10 charges against al-Bashir related to a campaign of extermination of three Darfur tribes that the U.N. says has claimed 300,000 lives and driven 2.5 million people from their homes. A three-judge panel was expected to take two to three months to decide whether to issue an arrest warrant.

Human rights groups have welcomed the prosecutor's move, but cautioned it could provoke a violent backlash from Sudan while offering little prospect that al-Bashir will be arrested and sent for trial at The Hague.

The court, which began work in 2002, has no enforcement arm and relies on governments to act as its police force.

Sudan's President Omar al-Bashir attends a ceremony, which included a patriotic song to which those present waved their traditional sticks in the air and paraded past him, celebrating the approval of an election law that sets the guidelines for a key vote next year, in the capital Khartoum, Sudan Monday, July 14, 2008. The prosecutor of the International Criminal Court filed genocide charges Monday against the Sudanese President, accusing him of masterminding attempts to wipe out African tribes in Darfur with a campaign of murder, rape and deportation, but Sudan rejected the charges and the court's jurisdiction, and one top lawmaker said his government could no longer guarantee the safety of United Nations staff in the troubled region. (AP Photo/Abd Raouf)

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Tony Blair Cancels Gaza Visit After Threats

Tony Blair Cancels Gaza Visit After ThreatsTony Blair today cancelled a planned visit to Gaza in his role as Middle East peace envoy after what his spokeswoman described as threats made against him.

The planned trip would have been the highest-level diplomatic mission to the territory since the militant Hamas group seized control of it a year ago.

Ruti Winterstein, Blair's spokeswoman, said the visit had been called off because of "specific threats" against the former prime minister, giving no further details.

Blair had been expected to meet traders and inspect a sewage project being built with international funds. He had not been due to meet any officials from Hamas, viewed by Israel, the US and EU as a terrorist organisation.

UN officials in Gaza told Reuters Blair still hoped to visit the territory in the future, although no new date had been set.

Before the visit Hamas said it was making "all the necessary security arrangements". Although the group has largely pacified the strip, several other small militant groups are believed to still operate there.

Hamas, which won Palestinian elections in 2006, hoped Blair's presence would mark an end to its complete ostracism by western nations. In June last year Hamas pushed the more moderate Fatah movement of the Palestinian president, Mahmoud Abbas, out of Gaza.

The trip was due to come nearly a month after an Egyptian-brokered truce largely ended cross-border fighting between Israel and Palestinian militants.

The quartet of powers involved in Middle East peace efforts - the US, EU, Russia and the UN - appointed Blair as envoy a year ago with a particular focus on economic reconstruction.

Thus far most of the projects promoted by Blair have been designed for the West Bank, where Fatah are still in control.

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Dateline says we may already be rich, but I can't find out now!


If you're like me, you have tried all night long to get onto states where I have resided to see if I have any unclaimed funds or property!

I mean, Tiki Barber reported on Dateline NBC that I might be rich! The problem is that you may be rich too, so might your friend and their friend - and well basically anyone could be rich and everyone is burning the unclaimed funds sites state-by-state.

Your best plan is to head over to and play the waiting game. It may actually be worth it, because you might be rich!

If you're trying to search on Monday night or Tuesday morning, you might be waiting a while. Don't worry, if it is yours, it will still be there!

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